Obama Revives

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Just days after his healthcare reforms were halted in Congress, President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to pass his "Buffett Rule," his plan to increase taxes on millionaires. Obama originally proposed his plan last September, but he faced great opposition from House Republicans. His plan ... Continue Reading

Romney Targets Gingrich After Losing South Carolina Primary

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Following the South Carolina primary, the Republican contest has largely become a three-man race, although historically the candidate is essentially decided by the Florida debates. With Rick Santorum taking Iowa and Gingrich taking South Carolina, Mitt Romney aggressively bashed Gingrich in the mos ... Continue Reading

The Des Moines Register Gives Endorsement to Romney

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The Des Moines Register, the largest paper in Iowa that also launched President Barack Obama's 2008 election into office, broke their forty-year-long streak of backing Democratic presidential candidates. In 2008, the Des Moines Register backed Obama and commended his background, calls for American ... Continue Reading

A Religious Perspective on Abortion

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Abortion is a highly contested topic that is in the mind of all American. The pro-life vs. pro-choice debate about abortion have the power to affect the outcome of presidential election. There are different type of procedures such as hysterectomy, uterus and the salt poisoning, that some people thin ... Continue Reading

Governorship

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There are many aspects of government and politics. One of these aspects, that tends to most often be overlooked, but is extremely important is the Governorship. Governors play a major role in shaping many facets of government. The office of governor is one of high-pressure, and it is demanding no ... Continue Reading

GOP Presidential Candidates Strongly Oppose Bill

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The House passed the debt ceiling bill by a vote of 269-161, despite the great opposition it faced from the Republican party, specifically by the 2012 GOP presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann. The bill calls for an increase of $400 billion dollars followed by a potential $500 bill ... Continue Reading

Bachmann Begins Presidential Campaign After Financial Allegations

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Michele Bachmann launched her multi-day, multi-state tour to announce that she plans to run in the 2012 presidential election in her hometown of Waterloo, Iowa. Although the event was meant to announce her political endeavors, Bachmann's first speech focused mostly on her sentimental connections t ... Continue Reading

Fidel Castro Lashes Out at Republican Party Presidential Candidates

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Former Cuban President, Fidel Castro, berated the US Republican Party presidential candidates for their "idiocy and ignorance" after they announced their intentions to bring freedom to Cuba upon election. Just days before the Republican Party's primary in Florida - a state that many Cuban Ameri ... Continue Reading

The US Election of 2012, Obama vs. Romney

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The candidate I would choose for President for 2012 would be Barrack Obama and the Democratic Party. Although I do not agree with all the policies that he proposes, I do believe that he is this best candidate to take America out of the economic crisis and regain its strength as a nation. Mitt Romney ... Continue Reading

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is one of the most substantial reforms in Medicare; it's now considered the "law of the land," according to Douglas Holtz-Eaton. The PPACA portrays a “coverage first” strategy. “Sadly, a review a of the state's experience bodes poorly for th ... Continue Reading

Republican Candidate Todd Akin Asked to Step Down After Rape Remarks

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Congressman Todd Akin, the Republican candidate in the Missouri Senate race, through a wrench into the party's plans to regain the Senate majority after his ill-advised comments about raped caused uproar from voters and politicians alike. In a televised interview on August 19th, Akin mistakenly com ... Continue Reading

Obamacare's Contraception Coverage Faces Controversy

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Obama's Affordable Healthcare Act reform began on August 1, 2012, reigniting the uproar from religious institutions. The reform states that businesses and insurers must now cover a range of women's health services, including birth control and abortifacients. Women are no longer responsible for c ... Continue Reading

Obama Revives

Word Count: 521 Approx Pages: 2

Just days after his healthcare reforms were halted in Congress, President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to pass his "Buffett Rule," his plan to increase taxes on millionaires. Obama originally proposed his plan last September, but he faced great opposition from House Republicans. His plan ... Continue Reading

Obama Revives

Word Count: 508 Approx Pages: 2

Just days after his healthcare reforms were halted in Congress, President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to pass his "Buffett Rule," his plan to increase taxes on millionaires. Obama originally proposed his plan last September, but he faced great opposition from House Republicans. His plan ... Continue Reading

Obama Faces Backlash for Birth Control Policies

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Despite the consequences his re-election campaign may experience from his decision, President Obama refuses to concede on his new policy that requires health insurance companies to cover birth control. Under the new policy, health insurance is required to include birth control and preventative meas ... Continue Reading

Obama Revives

Word Count: 521 Approx Pages: 2

Just days after his healthcare reforms were halted in Congress, President Barack Obama is calling on Congress to pass his "Buffett Rule," his plan to increase taxes on millionaires. Obama originally proposed his plan last September, but he faced great opposition from House Republicans. His plan ... Continue Reading